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Merry Christmas from Our Family to Yours

All of us at Putman Plumbing want to wish our customers, family and friends a very Merry Christmas. We hope you all have a wonderful time making new memories and celebrating the birth of Jesus. This time of year always makes us feel extremely blessed to have so much support

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7 Plumbing Resolutions for Your Frederick County Home

If 2020 is the year that you’ll be following healthier eating habits and exercising more, that’s great. But you should also keep in mind some things you can do to protect your home and save water. Be Proactive About Plumbing Problems As soon as you notice a leaking faucet, see

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Happy Thanksgiving from Putman Plumbing

We have so much to be thankful for throughout the year, but especially as we approach Thanksgiving we want to let our customers know how grateful we are for your support! We hope you all have a wonderful time with your family this weekend, sharing laughter, great food, and lots

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Halloween Fun in Frederick County

It’s almost Halloween, and so far the forecast is calling for thunderstorms in Middletown and Frederick County. If you’re looking for some indoor options to wear costumes or just have spooky fun, you may want to check out these events going on around town! Maxwell’s Kitchen No Tricks, All Treats!  57

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October is National Toilet Tank Repair Month

Yep, it’s true. There is actually a month dedicated to fixing your toilet. The EPA says a leaking toilet can add up to about 200 gallons of wasted water per day (or 78,000 gallons per year) which adds up to LOTS of wasted money, so someone somewhere decided to dedicate

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6 Plumbing FAQs You Want Answered

At Putman Plumbing, we get a lot of questions from homeowners about pluming problems. Here are some we hear the most often. How do my drains get clogged? Most of the time, kitchen drains become clogged when people put things in them that aren’t supposed to go in them, such

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Would Your Family Have Drinking Water in an Emergency?

September is National Preparedness Month, established by FEMA as a reminder that families should be prepared in case of a natural disaster or other unexpected event. Since our expertise is fixing plumbing problems, we’d like to tell you how to get safe drinking water if your plumbing system fails in

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Why You Should Buy a Tankless Water Heater

If you have a growing family, chances are the last person in line for a shower ends up with cold water (and the person before that is always being yelled at to hurry up before the water gets cold). You could upgrade to a larger hot water tank to allow

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